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Simeon 26, Dunbar 6

Simeon didn't let a Dunbar interception return for a touchdown get them down early in its Illini Redbird game at Gately Stadium. Instead, the Wolverines responded with 26 unanswered points.

After Dunbar's Jayton Dorsey intercepted Simeon's Timon Watkins and returned it 68 yards for a score just 26 seconds into the opening quarter, the Wolverines scored on their next three possessions. Darnell Cockrell gave Simeon field position inside Dunbar territory with a 45-yard kickoff return, followed four plays later with a 3-yard touchdown run by Dion Earls.

On Simeon's next possession, Earls had a 30-yard reception before scoring two plays later on a 15-yard run for a 14-6 lead as time expired in the second quarter.

Then, 16 seconds into the second quarter, Simeon scored twice -- first on Jordan Jackson's 16-yard run and then on Tyrone Gates' 30-yard fumble recovery return.

-Bob Hurst @hurstsports

No. 3 Montini 27, Marian Central 14

The Broncos looked to find their equal, offensively, in this Suburban Christian Blue contest. 

Montini scored on four of their five first-half possessions but found itself tied wtih Marian Central 14-all with 3 minutes, 38 seconds left in the first half. 

Nicholas Italia's 6-yard TD run on the game's opening drive was matched by Marian's Ephraim Lee 3-yard TD run on the next possession. 

Montini QB Alex Wills scored from the one on the next possession, Lee added a 1-yarder later in the half. 

On the possession following Lee's touchdown, Wills hit Tyler Tumpane with an 80-yard strike over the middle to take a 21-14 lead. 

One possession later, Tumpane scored from the 2 out of the Wildcat formation to extend the Broncos' lead to 27-14. 

Montini threatened to extend the lead once again, blocking a punt with 10 seconds left, but a Marian Central sack ended the half.

-Phil English @PhillipEnglish 

No. 8 Homewood-Flossmoor 21, No. 7 Bolingbrook 10

Bolingbrook did not allow more than one touchdown in any of its first six games.

The total of three TDs scored by the Raiders' previous opponents was matches by Homewood-Flossmoor in the first half Friday night.